It can be a challenge to work with a computer that has been attacked by a virus. Even if you got the virus off of your computer, you have to deal with the remains of the files that might have been affected. I suggest to most people that they look into getting a good software tool to help themselves clean out their computer after it has been attacked by a virus. There are many different things that you can do in order to fix various files and clean out your computer automatically using software tools.
One area of the computer that can get attacked when you get a virus is the registry. Registry entries can be added by malware, and then left behind. They can also be damaged by viruses. If you want to clean out the registry then we suggest that you look into getting a registry cleaner software tool. We suggest RegCure Pro, as this is a full featured registry cleaner tool that has other features as well. Check out this RegCure Pro review for more details on how this program works and what it can do.
Another thing that you should always do is to protect your computer from viruses in the first place. We suggest an active protection system such as the one from Norton 360. It’s a great virus protection tool that runs in the background while you work.
Also we highly recommend to our friends that they back up the data on their computer on a regular basis. This way if a virus does strike they can go back to the previous copy and be virus free in no time.
We recently ran into some problems with our Outlook email program. Somehow the file size exceeded 2gb, which apparently throws Windows into a hissy fit. We went searching for solutions and found a few things. You can use a trimmer or other software tool. One other program we found that could potentially be helpful was this Stellar Phoenix Outlook PST Repair tool. However, it costs a pretty penny, so I would definitely recommend looking for alternate solutions first. See if you can use the scanpst.exe function that’s included with Outlook. However if that seems to out of your league, and you’re in a time crunch, then a pay program might be your best bet. I definitely suggest that you check a few reviews to see that the program you select is good. The Stellar Outlook program has been around for a while and has apparently been given some good reviews. I think the only thing that puts people off is the price, and for good reason.
We did some research and found a few legit forum postings by computer techs that seem to agree that this tool is quite helpful in terms of fixing a corrupt PST or recovering deleted things. So there are definitely some great user experiences out there. This tool also lets you preview anything it can do before you buy it so you can see if it will work for you (you have to pay before it will fix or recover anything).
Anyway, hopefully you don’t run into the same problems with Outlook that we did. It’s a pain in the neck! And it sucks that all your eggs are in one “basket” so to speak.
I am wondering … wtf is clean and clear with this bullshit you mention above? its clipped to the bone, there is no real bass, there is only somwhat whoompfy that is distorted, so that it seems to have bass. the vocals are disgusting, smah in your face, without any room or ambience, compressed like hell, no dynamics.
on what monitors do you judge sound? and on what levels? you can crank up the volume on any bullshit to insane, thats been done on inadeauqute monitors, and you have your wow-sound. I think you are used to listen to music, that in fact isnt music?
to get that sound, you dont need no rocket science. no stems. no advices like “only pros can do this in this way!” and other stuff from the believers, just put waves multimaximizer (L3 I think … ) in your masterchain followed by another stage, the limiter6, and limit and clip to your desire. ah, and cut the bass below 60-80hz before hitting the first compressor/limiter. and if you want to do it megaprofessional, take the Voxengo Curve EQ, get a frequency-fingerprint of your favorite song, and smash this curve in before the HP-eq. to make it a science (until now its kiddie-stuff) switch on the TT-Offline-Meter and measure your results after having rendered the master (thats why it contains the word “offline”), when you get as a result -4db or -3db … well, you are there. you are a worldclass mastering engineer and the next Grammies are yours.
so, but these are idiots that make such masters. this is done not by mastering engineers because they like it, but because their clients (idiotic A&R’s from labels or majors force them to do that. you know: make it louder, or we give our money to someone else who will do it as we like. thats all. these MEs must make their living. if someone admires them for this and believes its a great art to master in such in way, ok, he is an complete idiot. the mastering of the art of making a McDonalds hamburger is as well no art. bullshit with a great name of a great ME on it stays bullshit. (see Chris Lord Alge … complete incompetent idiot, sorry I have to say this.)
so the story goes on: you master as loud as you can, give your track to a radio station, because you have it “radio-ready” … and you are trapped. the station sends your already ready work through their mastering chain, this is done automatically. what happens, if you have dynamics of -4db, and this clipped sausage is once again limited an compressed? you have build the most expensive pink-noise-generator of all time.
this kinda bullshit-music-mastering is aimed at kids with cheap earbuds and cheap mono-radios to “stand out” – what the fuck this will mean. (the most stinky dogshit stand out of less stinky dogshit? ok, got it … ()
stay away from those idiots that deliver such “products”. and get yourself an idea of what music is about.
man … serious … come on. the tracks you mentioned are below everything what can be called music in the slightest way. music bullshit, mix bullshit, sounds bullshit, mastering bullshit. I dont get it …
I attempted to get the new Iphone 5 a few days ago. I woke up early at 6am and headed over to the local Apple retailer. There was already a line outside but I didn’t think it was huge. However, minutes into opening up the store they told us that they had already sold out of the 64 gig black version. Of course. That’s the version I wanted. From my point of view, especially with the way that data use is advancing, saving $100 is not worth taking a 32 gig. That’s half the storage. For $100? No, I’ll take the 64 gig.
People are going to be surprised when they fill up their 16 gig versions super fast. Sorry, but the data requirements, especially for the new apps that are going to come out for the new hardware, are going to fill it up extremely quickly. I’d only recommend the 16 gig one for people who are “light” phone users. If you use your phone like a normal 20 something you’re going to be putting music, videos, photos…and with the fast hardware of the phone now it’s going to happen all that much faster.
Anyway, looks like I’ll be waiting for a while to get my paws on one of the 64 gig ones. Oh well. My 4 is working OK except the home button only works intermittently. It’s pretty annoying but I can live with it.